Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by WoodysGirl, Feb 11, 2013.
They signed a QB to another deal who is 10-13 as a starter in the past 2 seasons
How have they always been dangerous on offense when they started 3-4 the past 2 seasons?
That's the thing. In Oregon, he didn't have kids that were so much more athletic than the other Pac-12 teams. He had a lot of speed there but it was mainly due to that system they ran so perfectly to why they looked so much better. Those players were not big time recruits like the other big schools get. They just know what guys they need for it to work and they go get them and they know how to coach them up. They didn't worry about what star recruit they were rated.
Yes, it will be harder to translate this to the NFL because the talent pool to pick from in the draft is much smaller in terms of number of players to choose from and you only get 7 or so a year, not how ever many you are able to recruit in college, which is tons more than 7.